There are lot of vegan websites and blogs out there to help you with your transition into veganism, or to offer you advice, support and education.
In this article, we'll show you some of the best websites for vegan readers, including those that can help you with cooking, clothing, education, activism, raising vegan children and transitioning to veganism.
Vegans love to eat, so you'll find lots of vegan recipe websites on the internet. As this compassionate lifestyle grows in popularity, so too does the number of website dedicated to incredible vegan food.
There are blogs and websites dedicated to all sorts of vegan eating; those that can help you with proper nutrition and fitness goals, as well as those that will teach you to make the best junk-food you've ever eaten in a compassionate, animal-free fashion.
Here are some of the best ones we've found.
The site splits out recipes by meal, so breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as by type. You can choose to look at Indian food, burgers or pizza, or browse the videos, cookbooks and resources. It also has a shop, which sells books, cooking equipment and ingredients.
The Vegan 8 website contains dozens of really easy recipes for all sorts of vegan food, including main meals, desserts and side orders, like this tasty refried bean dip.
Looking for delicious vegan breakfasts, lunches and dinners? Hell Yeah It's Vegan is the website for you. Try the delicious blueberry cream oatmeal, vegan poppy seed swirl bread and the vegan sugar cookies.
The website is split out into easy to navigate categories like desserts, breads, snacks and drinks, and it has a handy section called ‘Veganize Everything!'
If you're looking to get involved in vegan activism, there are lots of different websites and blogs dedicated to the subject.
Whether you're looking to volunteer at a vegan fair or event, join your local Save Movement, help Anonymous For The Voiceless or support your local hunt sabs, the information you need is out there.
The Save Movement is a worldwide network of groups bearing witness to farmed animals, advocating veganism, and promoting love-based grassroots activism.
If you choose to attend a vigil, you'll go to a slaughterhouse on a set day with a group of activists and record animals on their way into the slaughterhouse to share on your social media accounts. The group aims to raise awareness of the consequences of eating animals and promote veganism.
Earthling Ed is a prominent vegan activist, animal rights advocate and co-founder of SURGE. He's involved in all sorts of activism, from organizing marches to touring the country in a van and speaking at universities. Last year he opened a restaurant.
His website is a great place to learn about different types of activism, because he's always up to something new and interesting.
In 2018 The Vegan Society published a great article about all the different types of vegan activism you can get involved in. It suggests how you can use your skills to be an advocate for the animals, even if you are shy or traditional activism is not for you.
It even has a campaigner network you can join if you're looking for support from other vegans in your local area.
Veganism is not a diet, it is a lifestyle choice, but there is plenty of scientific evidence proving that people who eat a plant-based diet tend to be slimmer and have lower cholesterol, as well as less chance of developing dangerous illnesses like heart disease.
You should consult a health professional or expert before you embark on any weight loss diet, but here are a few health-based websites that might help you if you're looking to overhaul your eating habits.
Karina Inkster offers a free 10-day email course to help you transition into veganism and get the nutrients you need. The website also has a free 350-item-plant-based food list to provide you with inspiration for vegan eating.
Developed by dietician Jack Norris, who is also a co-founder of Vegan Outreach, the Vegan Health website is a comprehensive overview of information for vegans, whether you're new to the diet or a veteran.
It has lots of really handy sections to browse, including articles around B12, protein and iron. Nutrition is extremely important for people looking to lose weight, so this is a great website if you're trying to drop pounds.
Stefanie is probably the best known vegan fitness and lifestyle coach in the UK.
She promotes a healthy vegan lifestyle to her Instagram followers and on her website, which contains sections about food, fitness and lifestyle. She also posts delicious vegan recipes, like loaded sweet potatoes, chocolate chip cookies and black bean and jalapeno fritters.
Our movement is growing in both popularity and opposition and there's a whole world of vegan news out there.
Sometimes, it can be difficult to separate when we're being given the correct information and when things are being sensationalized.
There are lots of reliable vegan news websites out there to keep you up-to-date with all the best breaking vegan and plant-based information. Here are some of our favourites.
Of course we're going to start with ourselves. Tens of thousands of people - or more - visit the Plant Based News website every day looking for the latest vegan news and blogs. We work tirelessly to bring our readers worldwide vegan news, as well as blogs, recipes, information and educational courses courses.
In addition, Plant Based News has a 100 percent rating from NewsGuard, which 'uses journalism to fight false news, misinformation, and disinformation'. NewsGuard's trained analysts, who are experienced journalists, research online news brands to help readers and viewers know which ones are trying to do legitimate journalism - and which are not.
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VegNews takes the same approach as PBN in providing vegan media; there's lots of it on their website, which is updated regularly, and it's from all across the world.
VegNews writes about new vegan product releases, and vegan celebrities and influencers, plus the site has some handy category pages around fashion and beauty, health and wellness, travel, and home and lifestyle.
Vegan Life is actually a magazine; you've probably seen it on the shelves in most supermarkets. The website talks mainly about food and drinks. Vegan Life tends to steer clear of the sensationalist stuff, though it does discuss advertising campaigns and positive vegan news quite often.